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p38 range rover tyre pressure

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by yatester77, Nov 7, 2008.

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  1. wammers

    wammers No longer with us, RIP Donater

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    That's because your tyres are to large you probably won't get the spare in the boot tyre bay. Should be 255/50/19 for fitment to P38. When speedo reads 60 you will be doing a little over 62 MPH on 55s remember that.
     
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    likewise.

    i run 28PSI all round and get bang on even wea r accross the tread face
     
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    Me too, running Nexen Rodians,
     
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    To find the exact tire pressure for your car and tires, this can be a way:
    On a dry day put a couple of chalk marks across the treads, drive some short distance straight ahead (on a empty parking lot) Take a look on the chalk marks, if the chalk mark wear away in the middle of the treads first, to high pressure, if the chalk wear away on the sides first, to low pressure.

    And if the chalk wear away on one side first, misalignment of the wheels.
     
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